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Monday, July 22nd, 2024

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Monday, July 22nd, 2024

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Ben Moyer: Taking a close look at paper calling for federal leadership in deer management

A paper by researchers from Cornell and the University of Wisconsin warns that future recreational hunting will not be capable of keeping pace with deer populations. It recommends national cooperation to reach solutions. (Photo by Ben Moyer)

The prior issue of this publication carried a story about researchers who collaborated to publish a paper titled: “Where have all the flowers gone? A call for federal leadership in deer management in the United States.”
That’s a name that’s sure to spark boiling opposition among deer hunters and state wildlife agencies. The states, legally and traditionally, have purview over deer management within their borders. Sensing our readers’ interest, I searched for the paper online, then read the nine-page text.

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